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Mike Radlett, Carville Switchgear, Burgess Hill
On a bright morning in November, the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC welcomed a number of Sustainable Business Network members from a wide range of sectors to Wakehurst Place. Funded and managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Wakehurst Place boasts world-renowned gardens, woodlands, wildlife and the state-of-the-art Millennium Seed Bank. The SBP CIC’s Louise Downey gave a […]
We arrived on a crisp beautiful March morning to another fully booked tour of internationally renowned opera venue in East Sussex. The 36 delegates heard from Glyndebourne’s enigmatic Executive Chairman Gus Christie about the impressive range of initiatives they have undertaken to improve sustainability from the obvious (their 67m high wind turbine) to the less […]
The Sustainable Business Partnership CIC was asked by a global technology company with a strong commitment to environmental sustainability to help get their employees on board with their ISO:14001 EMS and delivering their environmental Key Performance Indicators. We held two hour long workshops for staff that began with an introduction from a volunteer from the […]
Thirty-four delegates from various industries attended a tour of the Tangmere Solar Farm organised by the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC. The event was part of UTILISE PLUS, a project supported by the European Regional Development Fund to enable Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SME) to become more energy efficient and cut their carbon emissions. The […]
Insulation, boiler upgrades and LED lighting helps two East Sussex businesses reduce energy costs.
Reviewing the particulars of energy tariffs identified immediate opportunities for cost savings for three East Sussex businesses.
An air-source heat pump typically provides around 3 to 4 kWh of heat energy for every 1 kWh of electricity it consumes.
A hotel, manufacturer and bakery in East Sussex have updated their lighting to LEDs.
East Sussex company that handmakes art prints and frames reduces annual oil and electricity costs by £1,500.
Seaford Golf Club have been taking a systematic approach to improving building fabric and services.
A new boiler, roof insulation and double-glazing and has helps Eastbourne nursery school reduce energy bills by £515 per year.
Arundel Museum have saved over £1,300 by reviewing electricity and waste charges and upgrading lighting.